It has been more than half a decade since JSU was a factor in the SWAC. Will 2019 represent a return to...
The Deacon Jones Award watchlist is set.
FAMU just landed a big-time player in Calvin Ashley with a big-time pedigree that could pay off big-time.
Alcorn State has been a consistent force in the SWAC East for the past decade. The 2019 version has the talent to...
After an up-and-down 2018 season, Alabama State is still trying to figure out which way is up heading into 2019.
Southern University's cheer squad had a great weekend in South Carolina.
Florida Memorial has its man as it prepares to put a football team on the field in 2020.
A big sack and a trade has the 2018 MEAC DPOY looking to make the final roster
Fred Washington makes surprising decision to walk away.
Alcorn State is the team to beat in the SWAC East once again. Can Alabama A&M be the team to break up...
From cracked concrete courts to historic HBCU hardwood and summer league with the New York Knicks. Amir Hinton did things..."different".
Last season Jamie Gillan was punting in the SWAC. Now he is trying to earn a spot in the NFL.
The Rich Paul Rule is racist and the NCAA knows it.
Rashad Devoe will take over the Hampton program as it second-ever lacrosse coach.
Martaveous McKnight is one of two HBCU player at the camp.
The Lady Pirates have a star that will raise the profile of the program.
Delaware State has handed over the reins of its program to a coach who has experience building winners.
It’s August and the smell of HBCU football is in the air. The 2019 season has an extra bit of buzz with...
Hampton (finally) lands former Florida State quarterback Deondre Francois.
Alcorn State defensive lineman Solomon Muhammad is up for the most prestigious award in FCS football.
Two players from the SWAC Champs and the MEAC Offensive Player of the Year up for biggest award in FCS football.
Bowie State, Fayetteville State and WSSU will each get multiple appearances in the CIAA's football TV schedule.
Brian Jenkins tenure as an assistant at N.C. Central was short lived.
The 2020 MEAC/SWAC game will be a rematch of the 2009 edition of the HBCU showcase.
Not one, not two but three NCAT sprinters are headed to the 2019 World Championships.